The „Marking Experts on site“ explain: How FFP2 masks are made
FFP2 masks are currently on everyone's lips - and noses. But: How are they produced? What characterizes safe products and how do you recognize them?
For their latest video, REA marking experts Frank Debusmann (Sales Manager Germany) and Daniel Wege (Business Development Manager) visited the company ruhlamat GmbH in Marksuhl, Thuringia/Germany, to get to know a creative company that is mastering the Corona crisis on new paths.
Before the Corona pandemic, the production of FFP2 masks was in Asian hands - as was the production of the corresponding production machines. That has changed: ruhlamat reacted in time to the greater demand for FFP2 masks and developed a machine for their production. It produces up to 50.000 masks a day - including the required marking. "It´s important that the customer can read the marking clearly: good blackness, text and logos printed very cleanly," explains ruhlamat sales manager Erik Stegmann.
The company has a long partnership with REA - and one of their flexibly adaptable marking systems was quickly integrated into the newly developed machine for mask production. The REA JET HR inkjet printer marks the fleece in the required quality and also with the required ink. Because not only the mask and its materials, also the special ink for their marking is certified.
REA JET is the only provider in Germany for the marking of certified FFP2 masks who is a member of the newly founded Mask Association Germany. The mask itself is made from ... But who could explain this better and more vividly than the experts themselves. So: Just click into the video.
REA JET HR printing system marking FFP2 respirator masks